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Why are construction companies looking for software?

4/1/2015 at 12:25 pm by

There are many reasons why a business starts searching for software. According to Software Advice, which talks to thousands of software buyers each year, improving estimating and bidding currently tops the list for construction. This is just one tidbit from a recent random sampling of conversations Software Advice has had with construction professionals. Two-thirds of…

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One of the best parts of my job at Sage is visiting with customers and hearing first-hand how our software helps them be more successful in their business. In November, for example, I flew to Edmonton, Alberta to meet with Andre Dickner, president of Echo Valley Irrigation (EVI), and his office manager Susan Simpson. Two…

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3/23/2015 at 10:03 am by

Have you looked at your company’s information technology (IT) system lately? I mean really looked at it. Is it designed to help you meet your short and long-term goals? Or are you seeing a patchwork of disjointed and many times outdated applications, operating systems, and hardware that limits your productivity and heightens data security risks?…

How do your technology efforts compare to your peers?

3/19/2015 at 10:07 am by

Four years ago, Sage started surveying construction and real estate companies annually to understand their view of the economy, top business concerns, and use of information technology. Our 2015 Sage construction technology survey results are in–showing responses from over 600 construction and real estate professionals. Here are a few highlights from the survey. How do…

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ENR.com last week reported on an arrest connected to the selling of fraudulent surety bonds. This is not the first time ENR editors have covered the topic of bond fraud. And it likely won’t be the last. As Martha L. Perkins, general counsel of the National Association of Surety Bond Producers, stated recently: “It is…

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Six ways you can improve your onboarding process

3/13/2015 at 9:50 am by

When your company is running full throttle, the last thing you want is a resignation notice hitting your desk–especially if it’s from a valued employee whose leaving will slow things down. Unfortunately this scenario is happening way too often these days as construction and real estate companies compete for a shrinking pool of workers. Retaining…

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